Autumn season is a great time to spend a wonderful vacation in Branson as you will enjoy the beautiful and changing colors of the trees around the Ozark Mountain. This season is also perfect to play golf at Thousand Hills Golf Resort. The resort is home to the most popular 18-hole golf course which is known as one of the most fascinating Branson golf courses in the Midwest. Each season thousands of golfers play in this award-winning 18-hole golf course at Thousand Hills Golf Resort.
Branson is known for its world-class entertainment shows, great attractions and pristine lakes but there are a number of world-class golf courses located in this hamlet of Southwest Missouri. Branson golf courses not only give appeal to experienced golfers but also to novice golfers where they can get the chance to learn strokes from professional golfers who often come here to play. The colorful and delightful autumn leaves of the trees in the Ozark hills during this season also adds to the appeal of Branson golf courses.
In addition to the popular Thousand Hills Golf Resort, golfers can also have a wonderful autumn golf escapade at some of Branson’s golf clubs that include Murder Rock Golf Club, Branson Creek Golf Club, Payne Steward Golf Club, and Ledgetone Golf Club. Located a bit south of Branson, Murder Rock Golf Club meanders through hills and valleys of the Ozarks making it one of the most challenging courses in Branson area. Rated as one of the top five courses in Missouri, this par-71 course is surrounded by the scenic beauty of Branson.
Beautifully designed by Tom Fazio, Branson Creek Golf Club is a parkland style course that features numerous changes in elevation. This golf club is considered to be one of the region’s top golf courses. The Golf Magazine named Branson Creek Golf Club as the Top Public Golf Course in Missouri continuously for 11 years. Golf rates in this club for par-71 course is only $48 during winter season and $90 in the summer season.
Payne Stewart Golf Club is another beautiful golf club which is ranked No. 1 in Missouri in 2012 by Golfweek Magazine. This Ault Clark Parkland style course honors Payne Stewart, the famous golfer from Springfield, Missouri. Each hole of this popular golf course is interwoven with a story of Stewart’s life and golfing experiences throughout his career. The golf course was designed by Chuck Smith with PGA professional and design consultant Bobby Clampett.
Ledgetone Golf Club is another golf club in Branson that features first-class service, facilities and conditions. Designed by Tim Clark, this upscale course is described by Golf Digest as a “masterpiece of mountain golf architecture’’. The layout of its 18-hole championship offers the kind of golf experience where “players don’t want the round to end.’’
If you want to take a wonderful autumn golf escapade, play it with more fun at some of Branson golf courses where you can enjoy its course that meanders through colorful hills and valleys of the Ozarks.
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